Kaye William Plain Answer To The Eighteen Quaeries Of John Whitehead Common : The common salvation contended for, and the faith which was once delivered to the saints· Or, An answer to a book called a plain answer to eighteen queries of Iohn Whitehead, put forth by William Kays, who calls himself minister of the Gospel at Stokesly; : wherein he hath perverted the faith once delivered to the saints, and pleads for those things which the Scripture declares against, and so he is made manifest, not to be a minister of the everlasting Gospel, but preachesanother [sic] Gospel. The queries laid down, and the substance of his answer, with a reply to his answer. / By one who is a friend to all, who wait for the appearance of Iesus Christ without sin to salvation, known to the world by the name. Francis Howgill.; Howgill, Francis,
Keach Benjamin 1640 1704 Ax Laid To The Root : Plain and exquisite Scripture-proof, that St. John Baptist and the blessed Apostles, and all the primitive baptizers, did baptize by sprinkling, or pouring water upon the person or persons they baptized, and not by dipping the person into water ... : also some observations upon Mr. Keach's reflections upon my late treatise, intituled, Plain and express Scripture proofs, that John Baptist did as certainly baptize infants in the church of the Jews as the adult, with the confirmation of the truth reflected against by him / by Joshua Exell ...; Exell, Joshua.
Keach Benjamin 1640 1704 Childs Instructor : A testimony wherein is shewed certain weighty reasons why the national ministers, their way and practice, is conscientiously disowned, and their maintenance by tythes or other hire denyed : also, a testimony, from a certain experience, to the people called Presbyterians, and all that are zealous in their way : also, a testimony to them called Anabaptists, with some reflections upon a book (propogated among them), called The child's instructor, .../ by a sufferer for the testimony of truth against deceit, and the antichristian oppression of tythes ... Sebastion Ellythorp.; Ellythorp, Sebastian,
Keach Benjamin 1640 1704 Progress Of Sin : False fictions and romances rebuked : in answer to pretended matter charged against the Quaker, in a book, intituled, The progress of sin, &c. written by B. K. His lies and slanders therein returned back upon him, and the speakers of yea and nay in truth vindicated. By James Park.; Parke, James,
Keach Benjamin 1640 1704 The Breach Repaired In Gods Worship : A clear confutation of Mr. Richard Allen, : and his five commendators, from their own confessions, collected out of the vindication of his essay, and fairly improv'd against them, to the overthrow of their conjoined singing in artificial tunes in gospel-worship. To which is added, an answer to Mr. William Collins's defence from the charge exhibited against him in my book, entituled, The controversie of singing brought to an end, &c.; Marlow, Isaac.
Keach Elias : All men must die, or, The saint's deliverance by death, from the evil to come : open'd and improv'd at the funeral of Mr. Elias Keach, Minister of the Gospel, who departed this life, Octob. 27, 1699, in the 34th year of his age / by Nathaniel Wyles ...; Wyles, Nathaniel.
Kean Ellen : Emigrant in motley : the journey of Charles and Ellen Kean ... in Australia and America as told in their hitherto unpublished letters / edited by J.M.D. Hardwick.; Kean, Charles John.
Kearby Thomas : All the proceedings at the sessions of the peace holden at Westminster, : on the 20. day of Iune, 1651. against Thomas Tydford, Elizabeth Sorrell the elder, Margaret Dunlape, Anne Burley, Frances Bedwell, Elizabeth Sorrell the yonger, and Thomas Kearby. Together, with their severall examinations and behaviours before the justices, and the petition of six of them, as also their recantation; with the sentence and punishment of Thomas Kearby, for his blasphemous impiety, and wilfull obstinacy. To which is added a postscript, to deterre all men to avoyd such horrid blasphemies. This is perused (and thought fit to be published) by divers of the justices of the peace within the city and liberty of Westminster, for the satisfaction of the publique. July 22. 1651. E.H.
Keate Susanna 1673 : The vanity of man at his best state : in a discourse on Psalm 39:5 / preached at Kimton in Hertford-shire June 19, 1673 at the funeral of the Honourable and religious lady, the Lady Susanna Keate by Richard Kidder.; Kidder, Richard,
Keating John : The indictment and arraignment of John Price Esquire, late receiver-general in Ireland : with a hundred and one other Protestants, at Wicklow, before John Keating Esq, Chief Justice of the Common pleas a Protestant, and Henry Lynch Knight Baron of the Exchequer, a Papist / collected by a Person that was present and took the same in writing.; Person that was present.